Drew Barrymore Gets Chloe Moretz To Spill Some Juicy Deets

Drew Barrymore caught up with Chloe Moretz to ask her some fun and hilarious questions about life for Interview Magazine. Check out our favorite snipets below!

On her dream date, who and where:

Oh, no . . . This is hard! In my age range there's not many people to date, so . . . [laughs] My date would have to be with . . . Maybe Ryan Gosling. We could just drive around . . .

On her favorite place/time in history:

I really love the Elizabethan era, so probably I'd be in Elizabethan England—like living in the countryside. Either that, or in France or something. Or Renaissance Italy.

On if she would rather have freckles or gap teeth?

Well, I already have a gap in my teeth—and I like it, actually, because it's awkward and fun! So, I'd probably say gap.

On her dream career, besides acting:

Hmmm . . . I don't know if it's exactly an occupation, but I'd probably, like, fly helicopters and airplanes, or something fun!

On what woman makes her want to fall to her knees and bow in respect and awe:

Um . . . Drew Barrymore! I'd have to say probably Audrey Hepburn. I think she'd be the one where I'd just be like, "Uh, I love you." So . . . Yep.

On the five people she'd have at her dinner table, dead or alive:

You [Drew Barrymore], Audrey, and then I'd probably put Marilyn [Monroe] there, just for some giggles and some funness. And I'd say Natalie Portman, too. And . . . How many is that? Three or four? And Grace Kelly.

On what inspired her to act:

I mean, I always had this really strong inclination. My brother Trev went to the Professional Performing Arts School in New York, and he used to do his monologues and stuff and rehearse in our apartment. So I used to hear him all the time doing these things over and over and over. And when I was a little girl, I used to soak up everything—like anything anyone did, I soaked it up. So I would soak up like these huge, dramatic dialogues and start spewing them all the time. I loved it so much. Then the minute I got in front of a camera for the first time—like, a big, full-on camera, in The Amityville Horror [2005] when I was 6 or 7—I think that was the moment when I was just in it. I didn't know how I was doing it, but I was doing it.

On having four big brothers?

The best thing about having four big brothers is you always have someone to do something for you. [laughs] No, no. I think number one would be that they always protect me. There's someone to turn to. It's like having four fathers, basically, because they all super-duper take care of me.